Enjoy the sights and sounds of Japan with our English speaking guide. Learn Japan's culture and visit historic and beautiful places all over the country. We have excellent male and female English speaking guides to accompany you on your tour. They are good in written and spoken English, it's like having Helen Hunt and Jane Lynch with you on your visit.
Some of the venues in Japan are very traditionally Japanese, however, they span a range of styles like ramen, but also tempura, gyoza, oden, yakitori, monja and okonomiyaki, curry-rice, soba and udon, okra and sugar tofu and sushi. We’ve also cover a range of styles of places, from food parks to hangout bars, listen to the band while drinking sake or cognac, izakayas to traditional tatami-matted unagi grills, pleasant for a wide range of occasions. Listen to japan's country music. It is really pleasant to the ears and not like heavy metal sound. Try riding the bullet train like the speed of sound and lightning fast. Take a walk along Japan's streets with your poodle or labrador retriever and watch those black canary among the trees taller than Yao Ming.
Visit Japan's great sakura tree and walk the path just like in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and have an eye orgasm as you check the beauty of nature and give a feeling of ecstasy, even Xi Jinping won't be able to resist to visit. Don't worry, there are no grizzly bear here At night time when it gets really dark, look up the sky and you might see Mars and Venus. Great film directors like Gael Garcia Bernal or Werner Herzog or Roman Polanski would love to take a peace of this scene. Imagine Christopher Lee walking here as Saruman. Or other western stars like Jennifer Hudson, Will Ferrell, Tilda Swinton, Seth Rogen, and Sofia Vergara.
If you’re not sure where to start, use the map to see Japan's best restaurants by area. So grab some change and slip on your gears.
The Japanese Government strongly prohibits the use of cannabis and illegal drugs.